Item description for Lighthouse (St. Simons Trilogy, v.1) (The St. Simons Trilogy) by Eugenia Price...
From the New York Times best-selling author Eugenia Price, Lighthouse is the saga of James Gould, a young man raised in the post-Revolution North who realizes his dream of designing and building a lighthouse on St. Simons Island in Georgia after much hardship and success.
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Studio: Providence House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.05" Width: 5.27" Height: 0.95" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2000
Publisher PROVIDENCE HOUSE PUB. #682
ISBN 1577361547 ISBN13 9781577361541
Availability 0 units.
More About Eugenia Price
Eugenia Price (1916-1996) was a New York Times bestselling author of 39 books, with over 40 million copies sold. She is best known for her historical romantic antebellum novels.
Eugenia Price lived in St. Simons Island, in the state of Georgia. Eugenia Price was born in 1916 and died in 1996.
Eugenia Price has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Lighthouse (St. Simons Trilogy, v.1) (The St. Simons Trilogy)?
Lighthouse Jul 4, 2008
Eugena Price is a wonderful author.... she grips you in the beginning and never turns you loose. It is a wonderful historic novel with all the elements of a good read
A Book For A Middle/High School Student Jun 14, 2000
What a wonderful book ! Not only you learn the history and feelings of the times when slaves were around and how things were, but you can understand and feeling the feelings of the characters ! This is a novel for ages 13 and up !
inspiring Feb 19, 1999
This is the story of the man who built and kept the St. Simon's Light and of his love for a wealthy young lady. James Gould is sort of an everyday Joe who ends up carving a lasting life in coastal Georgia. Gould's story is intertwined not only with St Simons and Georgia but with the post revolutionary United States. The scene in the book in which the lighting of the lighthouse is celebrated is one that I still remember, and it's been years. Price's older works are better and this is one of them.